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Adherence to blood thinner best with pharmacist management, Stanford researcher says

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Patients are more likely to take a new type of blood thinner correctly and without missing doses when they are managed by pharmacists, rather than only by doctors or nurses, according to a study co-authored by a researcher at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

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Persuading doctors to quickly adopt new treatments

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( Northwestern University ) Doctors are more likely to try a new therapy when they are persuaded to do so by an influential colleague, reports a new study whose findings on adopting innovations have relevance for business and education.

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Science center to aid New Hampshire marine mammals

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More osteoarthritis noted later in life in kids who have ACL reconstruction

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( American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine ) Researchers presented results today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Specialty Day in New Orleans that adolescents who have an Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction are more likely to demonstrate osteoarthritic changes later in life.

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5 Christian Arguments Left Out of the Ken Ham, Bill Nye Debate

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Christian experts on science explained that there are more than just two perspectives on the relationship between faith and science, articulating a position that neither Ken Ham nor Bill Nye represented in their Tuesday debate at the Creation Museum.

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5 Christian Arguments Left Out of the Ken Ham, Bill Nye Debate

Next Cancer Breakthroughs May Occur in Unexpected Places

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In the past, cancer research and fundraising often focused on a specific cancer type, such as breast cancer or lymphoma. Today, research increasingly shows that the next breakthroughs are more likely to occur in unexpected places.

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Social science graduates more likely to be in work than science or arts graduates, report says

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( SAGE Publications ) Social science graduates are more likely to be in employment after their first degree than graduates in other areas such as science and the arts, and a higher proportion are in managerial and senior official roles, a new report says.

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